Massachusetts Medical Society: Live CME Events

Live CME Events

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Along with online CME courses, the MMS offers CME options in the form of live events developed with the entire health care team in mind.

Whether an MMS member or non-member, we invite you to view the list of upcoming MMS live CME events below.


Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Going on Metabolism Rounds: Patients with Muscle Symptoms – 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

Jointly provided by the MMS and New England Regional Genetics Network, this is the fourth webinar in the free 5-part series Genetics for the Nongeneticist

**Learn more about the other webinars in this series**

Format: Virtual Live Webinar

Description: The diagnosis of genetic metabolic diseases is frequently missed, especially in the adult population. This is a tragic situation since diagnostic screening tests are readily available and effective therapy can ameliorate or prevent complications. During this webinar, learners will encounter three patients presenting with muscle symptoms due to inborn errors: Pompe disease, a long chain fatty acid oxidation defect, and glycogen storage disease.


Friday, March 22, 2024

Future Health: Best Practices for Advancing Care – 3.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

Format: Live In-Person and Virtual

Description: The 2024 conference will focus on climate change and its effects on health care systems and patients, rising diseases, and disparities, the impact of AI on diagnosis and treatment, and how the role of physicians will evolve in the years ahead.

Presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society and supported by The New England Journal of Medicine | NEJM Catalyst | NEJM AI 


Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Positive Newborn Screen – Now What? – 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

Jointly provided by the MMS and New England Regional Genetics Network, this is the fifth webinar in the free 5-part series Genetics for the Nongeneticist

**Learn more about the other webinars in this series**

Format: Virtual Live Webinar

Description: This webinar will describe the NBS process in each New England state and provide a local contact person for questions. Participants will learn where to access additional information on the specific genetic condition in question and how to help determine next steps. Faculty will provide clear guidance on what and how to communicate to anxious new parents so that you are both empowered to provide the best care.


Thursday, April 11 to Friday, April 12, 2024

Managing Workplace Conflict: Improving Leadership and Personal Effectiveness – 16.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM

Format: Live In-Person

Description: This program is an educational forum for all physicians/dentists (both those in clinical practice and those in administration and leadership) to explore the relationships that drive the medical work environment. Disruptive behaviors and managerial miscommunications can impact a physician’s/dentist’s ability to practice medicine effectively or a medical organization’s ability to function smoothly. The course aims to allow participants to develop techniques to improve relationships with physician/dentist colleagues, coworkers, and patients, thereby improving the quality of the overall work environment.


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